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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Harvard Business Review Reports the Highest Circulation in Its 91-Year History!
Overall paid circulation was 7.5 percent higher than it was at the same time a year ago, said HBR, which publishes 10 editions a year.
Q&A with Matt Bean,'s Managing Editor
Managing Editor Matt Bean tells Samir Husni some of the secrets of Sports Illustrated’s continuing success with readers and fans: “No One Does It Like Sports Illustrated Does It,” he says.
Adam Rapoport Dishes on Bon Appétit’s Website Redesign, Strengthens Ties to Magazine Content
“I insisted the blog posts have more voice, more personality and emphasized smarter search optimization packaging,” Editor in Chief Rapoport said.
The Atlantic Expands Video Strategy, Updates 2 Series
“In the frenetic world of Web video, there is a big opening for Atlantic-style programming,” said Bob Cohn, Editor of Atlantic Digital.
Elle Partners with HowAboutWe for Online Dating Portal
If you’ve got $500, you can get set up by one of America’s longest-serving advice columnists, E. Jean Carroll, thanks to a new partnership between HowAboutWe and Elle magazine.
Ad Groups Warn of Potential Ad-Tax Deduction Threat
ANA, ARF insist on vigilance against potential shift in ability to deduct expenses: industry lobbyists are treating the possibility Congress could eliminate or curtail the "expensing" of advertising fees as a looming Armageddon.
Media Creatives Launch Indie Mag for a Cause: to Benefit Ailing Industry Veteran Bob Newman
Covers of the Very First Issues of 19 Notable Magazines
Oxford American to Bring Roseanne Cash to Its South on Main Venue
Bon Appétit Bestows Huge Honor on 26-Year-Old LA Chef
Graydon Carter Signs 3-Year Deal with Condé Nast
More on Steven Grune, Publisher of the Forthcoming Allrecipes Magazine
Christie Aschwanden of Runner’s World Looks at David Epstein's New Book on Athletic Potential
Ryan Sager Named TIME Ideas Editorial Director
EW Promotes Jeff Jensen, Melissa Maerz and Chris Nashawaty to Film and TV Critics
Lisa Cohen Named Northstar Travel Media CFO
Game Informer, 3rd Largest US Consumer Title, updates iPad and Android Edition Apps
Epic Launches, Politico Goes Deeper: Why Longform Is the New necessity
Stitches Magazine Sends Hopeful Hearts Quilt on Cross-Country Journey
AMA to Close Its News Magazine
The IAB Claims Its Video "NewFronts" Budged the Needle
Retail Brands Face Facebook Publishing Fatigue
Web Ads Gone Wild: Online Publishers Get Desperate
Gaming on Mobile Leads All Other Online Platforms: 126 Million
Off-Color Wordplay from Kraft, Part of a Big Marketing Blitz
Larry Ellison: We Already Know What Apple Without Jobs Will Look Like
Dentsu Unveils "Beyond" Plan
White House "Copyright Czar" Steps Down
Apple Loses Round in App-Privacy Lawsuit
Web Services to Challenge Post Office in Bill-Paying
USPS Incurs Major Loss of $740 Million in 3Q Earnings
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